Details of the event will continue to evolve as we get closer to August with considerations for the unknown impact of state and municipal regulations related COVID-19. There may be some changes from the last time we were swimming together to make the swim safe and compliant for all involved. All changes will be reflected on the website and information will be e-mailed out to participants.
2020 was certainly a year unlike any other. For a fundraiser that held its inaugural swim in the midst of a hurricane, we know how to roll with the punches. For 2020, we pivoted to a virtual swim, sold T-shirts of socially distant ducks, and ensured Yummy Mummy brownies were still available for all and raised $90,000 for Compassionate Care ALS. Thank you all for your generous support of the 2020 virtual 10th Annual David’s Old Silver Swim.
We all missed gathering last year at Old Silver Beach to splash, swim, and earn those scallop shell medals, and we look forward to seeing all of you back on the beach for the 2021 event.
David’s resilience, despite these trying times, is as strong as ever. He still signs his letters, “Swinging for the fences.” With your help, that optimism and determination will continue on.
We look forward to seeing you on the beach. Keep swinging for the fences, living large, and dreaming big!
What: An annual open ocean swim along the beautiful shoreline of Old Silver Beach, in North Falmouth, Cape Cod. Join us in the clear warm waters of Buzzards Bay for our 11th annual charity swim. Choose either a 2-loop, 1-mile swim; a 1-loop, 0.5-mile swim; or a non-competitive 1-loop 0.5 mile swim. Chip timing will be provided by RaceWire.
Where: The Seacrest Beach Hotel, 350 Quaker Rd., North Falmouth, MA, 02556
When: Saturday, August 7th, 2021 at 9:30 AM
Registration: Click here to register online. Online Registration will close August 6, 2021 at 12:00. A final decision has not been made regarding on-site, day-of-event registration and the number of swimmers allowed may be limited pending COVID-restrictions. Register early to ensure your spot!
Why: To raise money for Compassionate Care ALS in honor of David Garber, and others living with ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease)
Note: Should there be a need to cancel or postpone the Swim due to state or municipal restrictions or safety concerns, we will communicate with all participants about refunds or deferrals to next year.